It’s not easy to think about end-of-life planning, but making your wishes known will help your loved ones to navigate stressful and complicated decisions regarding your health care preferences. Learn how and why to create a living will or advance health care directive.
Making decisions about the end of your life can save your loved ones a lot of stress during an already difficult time. Read on to learn about letters of instruction (LOI), a basic estate planning document that provides your survivors with important information about your assets and final requests.
It’s easy to make excuses for not creating a will, but it’s a vital legal document most people need to have. Thankfully, it’s not as expensive or time-consuming as you might think. What can a will do for you, and why should you create one today? Find out here.
Estate planning isn’t always top of mind. But it is something you should look into sooner than later, especially if you have children. Writing your will and keeping it up to date are the best ways to define who you want to leave your assets to. This is what you need to know.
Dying intestate — without an estate plan — leaves behind a nightmare for your loved ones. That means you need to create detailed legally binding instructions for your estate in the form of a will or living trust. But which do you need? Or should you have both?
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